1. 861

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    from Valeria Saccone / Added

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    '861’ is a multimedia based on a photographic work documenting the dismissal of 861 workers on Telemadrid. It was realized in late 2012 and early 2013, in the public television of Madrid, during the layoff process. At that time, I worked as a reporter in the TV program 'Madrid Directo'. '861’ shows the agony of layoffs from within and suggests a reflection on the arbitrariness of economic cutbacks in the public sector. It also talks about union struggles, the resistance of workers and, ultimately, of dignity. '861’ is an autobiographical work minded to tell a universal story about the crisis and the abuses in the name of crisis. This video premiered at the XIII Seminar of Photography and Journalism of Albarracin, in October 2013, within the program of audiovisual projections of the photographers, who received a scholarships in 2012. Photo and video: Valeria Saccone Editing and mounting: David Linuesa (Aqaba Media)

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    • Abbey House Gardens, Malmesbury, Wedding

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      from Kevin Mullins / Added

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      The Extended Highlights Photofilm of Nicky and Pete: Wedding at Abbey House Gardens, Malmesbury in June 2014 and photographed by UK Wedding Photojournalist Kevin Mullins. For more of Kevin's work, please visit: www.kevinmullinsphotography.co.uk

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      • Abel's Delta - A photo story by Rory Doyle

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        Workshop: 2015 (February) - 1-Week Documentary Photography in The Mississippi Delta with Barefoot Workshops Instructor: Ron Haviv Music by Bill Abel - Live Recording

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        • Aberfan Disaster & The evacuee

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          Two short films made by documentary photographer and film maker, Roger Tiley. The first film remembers the children and adults killed in the 1966 Aberfan disaster, when a coal tip wiped out a school and nearby houses. The second film is about Gordon Last, who was moved from Swansea to a small village in Carmarthenshire during World War 2.

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          • A convict in the family?

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            A photographic exploration of descendants of those transported to Australia 'for a pittance'. This is a video about the 'Convict in the family?' photography project.

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            • A day with Scott, Ida, and Bug

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              http://angelinafaye.com

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              • A Dying Breed

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                Looking at the greyhound racing industry one thing stands out above all other aspects of the sport, the fact that in five to ten years it will have changed for the worse unless revisions are implemented at a fundamental level. Dog racing was once highly popular with 80 licensed greyhound tracks in the UK governed by the self-regulating Greyhound Board of Great Britain (GBGB) but this has fallen to about 26 although there are some unregulated racetracks too. By focusing on Peterborough track this photo essay highlights the impending demise and attempts, by a few, to change old attitudes and attract money back into the industry.

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                • Afghanistan - A Short Journey ...

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                  Since 2002 I have traveled Afghanistan covering its unfolding saga of war and civilian struggle - as a photojournalist and as I see it - for the international press. This is a "brief" of my feelings, impressions and experiences there.

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                  • Afghanistan: Between Life & War by Paula Bronstein

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                    Afghanistan: "Between Life & War" is a book project by Paula Bronstein (Getty Images) featuring the award-winning photojournalist's coverage of Afghanistan starting from late 2001, continuing for well over a decade. For info on the Kickstarter campaign that runs through December 7, 2013: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/paulaphoto/afghanistan-between-life-and-war While embedded with U.S forces on occasion, the book project exclusively draws on work from Paula's independent photography of the war torn country. It focuses on how Afghan people conducted their lives against the backdrop of an unceasing violent war and a brutal Taliban insurgency. These images tell heart warming and heart breaking stories of extreme poverty, human rights abuses against women, lack of healthcare, education, employment, of love and compassion, and the vulnerability of mankind. As a female working in a conservative Islamic country, Paula's perspective gives the viewer a more intimate look at the plight of Afghan women, following their personal life struggles. http://www.paulaphoto.com/ http://www.reportagebygettyimages.com/paula-bronstein/ https://twitter.com/paulaphoto Paula Bronstein’s many nominations and awards span decades and represent only a small space in what is simply a lifetime of phenomenal frontline news and documentary photography across the globe. She sits alongside the most important photographers of our modern time, as a multiple nominee and award winner of international contests including The Pulitzer and The National Press Photographer’s Association. She has judged the most important international photography contests such as The World Press Photo Award, and Pictures of The Year International, exhibited extensively, and given interviews herself for the media in the US, Australia, and across Asia. Bronstein’s work reflects a dedicated humanitarian and visual war correspondent finding visual moments nobody else would dare look for, as she brings a voice to those who have none. She continues to photograph presidents and kings, natural disasters, political turmoil and conflict, and always the most impoverished and vulnerable people on this earth, from Mongolia to Afghanistan and Africa…Her images are found in almost every international news publication and magazine. ... This video is part of the DEVELOP Tube Channel which can be found at http://vimeo.com/channels/developphoto. DEVELOP Tube is an educational resource which features interviews, profiles, lectures & films about photojournalism, fine art photography & documentary photography.

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                    • A Fujifilm Wedding

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                      A complete wedding shot with one Fujifilm X100T and two X-T1s loaded with XF23mm and XF56mm lenses. Kevin Mullins is a documentary wedding photographer based in the UK who shoots exclusively using the Fujifilm X-Series range of cameras. http://www.kevinmullinsphotography.co.uk

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